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  1. #1
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    October 25th, 2006
    Why does this happen?
    So I put together a ppc campaign for an affiliate ad with some pretty basic but well targeted keywords.

    It says the ad is active and there are some impressions but not nearly as much as there should be at this point.

    Could it be that I have the same url showing on Google or what else could it be?

    Thanks for any advice you can give.

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    January 18th, 2005
    Nunya, Business
    "Could it be that I have the same url showing on Google or what else could it be?"

    What do you mean by that? On a side note, pay per click topics go in the pay per click forum, thanks.

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    May 31st, 2007
    Canton, GA
    If you're one of multiple Campains advertising for the same domain, your ad will only be shown part of the time because Google will only show one ad per domain at a time.

    Here's the official Google policy

    We'll only display one ad per search query for advertisers sharing the same top-level domain in the display URL. This means that if you're an affiliate advertiser, your ad may not show for a query because another affiliate or the website that runs the affiliate program also has ads using the same (or a similar) domain in the display URL. Also, your site should not mirror (be similar or nearly identical in appearance to) your parent company's or another advertiser's site.

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